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Conveyancing: Practice and Procedure.
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Conveyancing: Practice and Procedure
Conveyancing matters are usually sales, purchases, or simultaneous sales and purchases. Where there is a simultaneous sale and purchase we would most strongly advise you to instruct a solicitor. This is because if all the procedures are not carried out correctly someone could be left without a roof over their head in which case, if it is due to some fault of yours, you could be held responsible for damages.
The following is a brief outline of the process of conveyancing in the case of a purchase and of a sale, as a solicitor would carry them out. It will give you an insight into what is involved if you were to attempt to do it yourself, and in the case of your instructing a solicitor, it will at least give you some idea of what your solicitor is supposed to be doing for you.
Purchasing a Property
It is important to bear in mind that there are two distinct stages in buying a property:
(1) Exchange of Contracts. This is where both parties have agreed to the transaction, and the terms of it, and they have signed and exchanged contract
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